PICTURES: DJM junior football round-up from across Plymouth
UNDER 11 AJAX
Tamerton Foliot...2 MAP Juniors...1
TAMERTON beat MAP Juniors in a top-of-the-table clash, with Sam Kingston getting the winning goal.
MAP's excellent passing led to them taking the lead in the first half but Tamerton found their form with Jack Gilbert equalising before the break.
Tamerton's players had to step up their game and were rewarded when Kingston grabbed his 20th goal of the season to decide the outcome.
Activate Youth...6 Callington Colts...4
ACTIVATE completed an outstanding comeback as they came from three goals down to beat Callington.
The visitors took a 3-0 lead early in the second half, leaving Activate facing their first league defeat of the season.
However, Oliver Howarth scored next for Activate and they then started to dominate. Matthew Bamber made it 3-2 before Ben Barrowdale raced onto a through ball to equalise.
A neat finish from Bamber made it 4-3 and Activate still continued going forward.
Corey Distin was winning the midfield battle and Activate scored again when a Simon Gerry cross was struck home by man-of-the-match Lucas Cambridge.
Bamber completed his hat-trick before Callington scored late on.
Plymouth Trophyman...2 Elburton Villa...3
LIAM PARDON netted twice and George Levers was on target for Elburton Villa in an away win.
UNDER-12 HOOD CUP
Hooe Rovers...4 SB Frankfort...1
A HARD-working display from midfielder Dan Hammond was a feature of Hooe's victory over SB Frankfort.
Black set up Woolcock for Hooe's first goal and Norton got a second for the home side before half-time, assisted by Woolcock.
In the second half it was Black who found the net after a lovely lay-off from Rhead, shortly followed by a penalty resulting in a goal for the visitors.
McGill and Jones held a strong defence for Hooe and worked tirelessly feeding the ball to the midfield. SB Frankfort missed a penalty before Woolcock scored after he was set up by Norton.
UNDER 13 ASTOR
MAP Kings...0 Plymstock United Colts...5
PLYMSTOCK were victorious in this top-of-the-table clash thanks to some clinical finishing and great defending.
Previously unbeaten Kings had the better of the early stages but Plymstock's defence was outstanding throughout.
Plymstock took the lead with a clinical Spear finish following good work by Dyer and Thompson.
Plymstock goalkeeper Kane Gregory made a superb save, tipping a drive onto the crossbar before Spear doubled the lead with another great finish from a Hamilton cross.
After half-time, Plymstock took charge.
King scored neatly from the penalty spot before Thompson's cross-shot found the top corner for 4-0.
The scoring was completed when Dyer finished well from King's excellent through ball.
Nathan Campbell fully deserved Plymstock's man-of-the-match award for a fabulous individual performance.
UNDER 13 HERMES
Kitto All Saints...5 AFC Plympton...0
KITTO All Saints, playing their first game of 2013, put in an impressive display against spirited opponents.
Good overall team play allowed Matthew Mackey to hit four goals and Charlie Crossfield to get another one.
Kitto were good value for the points and are improving all the time.
AFC Plympton tried to up their game after the break but came across a resolute Kitto defence in no mood to surrender their hard-earned lead.
The respective players of the match were Mackey for the hosts and Benjamin Parsons for Plympton.
There were special thanks for Roger Cole, who refereed the game despite an injury after the original official had to pull out.
UNDER 13 HERMES CUP
Elburton Villa...4 Elm United...2
THERE were consolation goals for Morcom and Vincent as Elm lost away to Elburton Villa.
UNDER 14 GRENVILLE CUP
MAP Juniors...4 YMCA Kitto Parkway...2
KITTO battled well against the reigning cup holders despite losing their goalkeeper through injury before the break.
Kitto led 1-0 at half-time but with Owen Aquilina switching from outfield to between the posts they struggled in midfield.
MAP equalised early in the second half through man-of-the-match Matthew Cooper and took the lead when Harry Frost made it 2-1.
Kitto refused to lie down and equalised before MAP skipper Lewis Phillips hit a thunderous drive into the top corner to restore the home team's advantage.
The game was finally put to bed by the holders when Frost grabbed his second goal.
UNDER-15 ROYAL OAK CUP
Lipson United...4 Weston Mill Oak Villa...1
LIPSON bounced back from a Devon Cup defeat the previous week to win this quarter-final with goals from Brandon Willcocks (2), Jake Drury and Curtis Manning.
Against the run of play, Weston Mill took the lead midway through the first half, but Lipson hit back immediately and it was all-square at the break.
The second half was much the same as the first with Lipson on top but Weston Mill's 'keeper was at his best.
The game went into extra-time and straight from the start Lipson took the lead and never looked back, running out 4-1 winners.